- Biomedical and life sciences
Molly Eddison completed her BSc in Psychology at the University of Leeds from 2017 to 2021. While pursuing her undergraduate degree, she took on support worker roles, which sparked her interest in gaining a deeper understanding of neurodiversity. Subsequently, she pursued an MSc in Clinical Neurodevelopmental Sciences, where she became a part of the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology, and Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King's College London (KCL) in 2021-2022.
During her academic journey, Molly was introduced to the Brain Imaging in Babies Study, and shortly thereafter, she began her role as a Research Assistant on the project. In her current position within the Perinatal Imaging and Health department, Molly successfully secured the CME Public Patient Involvement grant. Presently, she is overseeing workshops that involve young children to contribute to the development of innovative MR-compatible virtual reality technology. Her primary focus is on actively including the perspectives of service users and neurodiverse families in the research process.
- Neurodevelopmental conditions
- Perinatal MRI
- Infant brain development
- Public Patient Involvement